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Posted by nemer on 05/02/2014
When I entered and left, I was the only person in the restaurant. Clean floors, healthy tables, clean silverware, a spotless bathroom, cute bar in the back (open on weekends) and a feel for Peru give you the right ambiance for trying-buying their plates. Their most expensive plate was like $16, no problem, well worth it. We had the mixed ceviche. Just as good as Ceviche 105, but not as good as a ceviche from Lima, Peru. So, right in between. The seafood fried rice was delicious too. Just as good as PF Changes Fried rice in Mary Brickell Village. (quite a compliment) The waitress, although not Peruvian, was familiar with Traditional Peruvian plates and took the time to explain and recommend dishes on each page of the menu. They have Peruvian bottled beer, served with a 20 oz cold mug. Everything was fantastic till the end. Here’s the only problem and the reason why they are getting 2 stars instead of 4. Each and every bottle of wine are exactly $30 on the menu, but I was charged $35 each ($70 instead of $60) (I had two bottles). Both waiters said they did not know. Yeah, I'm not getting ripped off. I will not tolerate obvious mistakes on my bill, especially when I am the only customer in the restaurant. It felt dishonest.
Posted by Miguel gonzales on 04/25/2014
Excellent attention, fabulous food. I really recommend it. The traditional ceviche was great.